In his memoir, 'No Country for Jewish Liberals,' journalist and Haaretz editor Larry Derfner explains how he can live – and sleep at night – in a country whose racism and aggression he abhors
Second Lebanon War
If Israel had prevented Hezbollah’s rearmament in time, thousands of Israeli and Lebanese lives could have been saved.
With Lebanon No Longer Hiding Hezbollah's Role, Next War Must Hit Civilians Where It Hurts, Israeli Minister Says
Naftali Bennett and Lebanese president agree: There's no line between Hezbollah and Lebanese state. Lebanese must realize another war with Israel means Lebanon will be sent back to Middle Ages, Bennett tells Haaretz.
There's no other way to read the state comptroller's report on the 2014 Gaza war and there's no more important conclusion that arises from it.
The February 4, 1997 helicopter disaster accelerated Israel's departure from Lebanon. However, the Israeli deterrence that arose in the last round of fighting there is far from ironclad.
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Second Lebanon War sparked public distrust in the Israeli military that has yet been restored, leader of Lebanese militia says.
The documentary on the Second Lebanon War by a Hezbollah-linked channel featured interviews with former Israeli generals, ministers and combatants.
Group prepared for operation for seven months, setting up training area modeled after the border-zone where the attack took place, the Hezbollah-affiliated Al-Mayadeen reports.
It's lamentable that in the intense arguments revolving around the 'IDF spirit,' the chief of staff supports those who cast doubt on the righteousness of the Zionist path and the necessity to vanquish the enemy decisively.